Maple Grove II
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Maple Grove II is made from robust solution dyed nylon fibre that will withstand the wear and tear of a busy household for many years to come.
The carpet is perfect for your bedrooms giving your feet extreme softness to sink into.
Whether you like cool greys or warm browns, you will find a shade suited to your taste.
Victoria Carpets provides outstanding warranties on its synthetic carpets which are subject to the following conditions.
Carpets must be properly installed over new underlay according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard AS/NZS-2455 and maintained adequately as recommended in the brochure.
The full warranty brochure can be viewed and downloaded here.
Frequent vacuuming removes soil particles from the surface before they work their way below the pile surface. It is recommended to vacuum at least once a week and more for a heavy traffic area. It is recommended to use either upright vacuums or quality barrel vacuums. Extra care must be taken in heavy traffic areas, including entrance areas.
To learn more about caring for your Maple Grove II carpet, download and read the care instructions.
I’m looking for affordable luxury. Any ideas?
You’ve definitely come to the right place, because Carpet Court is Australia’s largest flooring retail specialist, with an incredible range of flooring options to suit every home, and every budget. When it comes to carpets that offer affordable luxury, you can’t go past the Maple Grove range. With a subtle palette inspired by the autumnal colours of nature, Maple Grove creates a relaxed ambience in any room. Crafted from SDN, Maple Grove gives you supreme softness and luxury at an affordable price.
What does a twist pile mean?
There’s a reason twist pile carpet is one of the most popular carpet constructions in Australia. Twist pile carpet such as the Maple Grove range delivers the softness you’d expect from a cut pile carpet, but adds durability and resilience because each yarn is individually twisted to give it extra strength. Twist pile yarn tends to appear as two shades of the same colour because of the way the light bounces off the fibre. Thanks to this great feature, Maple Grove is a very relaxed and serviceable carpet style.
Is Maple Grove carpet a good choice for high traffic areas?
It’s perfect. This quality carpet range is specially engineered to withstand years of the usual wear and tear that comes with everyday living. Maple Grove carpets are also incredibly easy to clean and maintain. Thanks to the soiling resistance technology, which helps to reduce dry-soil accumulation and limits the ability of it to stick to the fibre, this carpet is no match for dirty footprints. It also features innovative stain blocking technology, which helps to prevent staining from any accidental food and drink spills.
More information can be found in our online care and cleaning guide.
Any advice about colour choices?
When it comes to active family homes, you want flooring that is going to live up to your lifestyle. If you have very young children or pets running around, it may be best to steer clear of bright whites and other light colours, which tend to be more unforgiving when it comes to dirt and stains. Instead, opt for a slightly deeper colour palette, which can help conceal a multitude of stains. Darker coloured carpets are especially good at hiding marks and if you have pets that tend to moult, it’s wise to opt for shades that can camouflage the hair until you find time to get the vacuum out. We love the natural looks of Maple Grove Spice, Vintage Lace, Freckle and Stone Quarry. Don’t be afraid of darker colours such as Dark Matter, as they give your home instant sophistication. And remember, you can always lighten the mood by accessorising with soft furnishings in lighter colours. Grey tones such as Forged Steel, Rocket and Heavenly are extremely versatile, as you can match them against virtually any other colour without the risk of clashing.